Guide to Korean American Weddings
By More Than Serving Tea on June 24, 2011
Ever attended a wedding of a different culture, and felt awkward because you didn't know the customs? Well, BlogHer's World Weddings series is going to give you the scoop on various traditions! This week, Kathy Khang from More Than Serving Tea explains what's rude or not at a Korean wedding ceremony:
Have you ever been to a wedding and wondered why the father of the bride didn’t crack a smile or why the bride and groom genuflected before the parents? Did you think it was strange if not out right rude for 1/4 of the guests to leave right after dinner? Or what were the parents throwing at the bride and groom? And what was in those envelopes on the table set up with food and dates and sake?
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